Tesla, Elon Musk's increasingly popular electric vehicle brand, has a knack for getting consumers excited for their vehicles, and the Model 3 Delivery Estimator from the people at Teslanomics helps to cull some of that anxious energy. The online tool uses data science to make a prediction on when pre-ordered Tesla Model 3s will arrive for various people around the world.
A few months ago, Tesla announced the upcoming release of its newest vehicle, the Model 3. Though the car is only just beginning to be available, pre-orders for the vehicle came in droves from around the world — with no promise of an exact delivery date.
The Model 3 Delivery Estimator uses knowledge of Tesla's practices to come up with a best guess for when one should expect their vehicle. It uses factors like one's location, the specific Model 3 variation one ordered, and whether they have owned a Tesla in the past.
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